Daily Teaching


There is a big difference between giving and sacrificing. Giving from a heart that is overflowing feels so good. Sacrificing does not feel good. Don’t confuse the two – they are diametrically opposed. One emits a signal of lack and the other emits a signal of more-than-enough. One feels good and one does not feel good. Sacrifice will eventually lead to resentment. Giving from a full heart is one of the most joyous things you can do, and the law of attraction will grab hold of that signal and flood even more into your life. You can feel the difference. Connect with a full heart everyday.

Simply Inspire Yourself

“Adventure is as near as stepping out your front door…”

Too often we think of adventure as this big event that we have to plan way in advance. We think arrangements must be made, schedules coordinated, flights booked, time off secured, etc. With such planning the “adventure” of the adventure is easily lost.

Adventure is really a decision to do something that inspires awe, from within. It can be simple, uncomplicated and spontaneous.

When you’re out and about, today, try to look at things in a new way. Approach your tasks with a fresh sense of curiosity. See something new, smell something new, touch something new.

Dare to explore and enjoy the experience of living. You will discover that adventure is easily found in an otherwise ordinary day.

©Jane Powell – Meditations for Women

Today’s Affirmation: I find adventure in my daily living.


Succeed at Anything You Choose

“Life is what you make it.”

No one is responsible for your happiness, sadness or success. No one but you. Yes, you!

The day you take complete responsibility for yourself and your choices is the day you start a journey toward grand personal fulfillment.

You’re the only one that lives your life. Believe it or not, you do have the power to succeed at anything you choose. The strength to fulfill your dreams is within you, at this very moment. Accepting responsibility without excuses, frees your power to achieve.

You can do it. So, do it today!

©Jane Powell – Meditations For Women

Today’s Affirmation: I am responsible for myself and my choices.


How nice are you?

“If you can’t say something nice, don’t say anything at all.”

We’ve all heard this saying. It’s something our parents reminded us of constantly. In fact, you my very well be cautioning your own children.

Now that you realize how hurtful words can be to others, have you every thought about the effects your own comments have on your self-esteem? Do you ever hear yourself saying nasty things about someone – that someone being you?

No one likes to be called “lazy,” “stupid,” or “fat,” and calling ourselves these names has a damaging effect on our self-worth. So today, take your own advice and the next time you begin to say something bad about yourself, try to stop. Instead of pointing out how little you have accomplished, why not acknowledge what you have achieved? And try replacing words like “I can’t” and “I won’t” with “I can” and “I will.”

Being churlish never served us when we were young, and that is still true. Be kind to yourself.

©Jane Powell – Meditations for Women

Today’s Affirmation: I speak kindly to myself.


Winter Solstice


Tomorrow is Dong zhi (Winter Solstice) festival  is one of the most important events in Chinese calendar.

Celebrations starts at the longest night on the year – around 22nd of December, but this year is one day earlier because have Feb 29. Holiday symbolizes winter. It is also a time for families meetings. During this day, Chinese eats a traditional dish called Tang yuan, which is made with rice flour.

Celebrations are connected to Chinese believes in Yin and Yang, which form harmony and balance in life. Dongzi Festival is a optimistic time, full of laughs, family meetings and all night feasting. Happy Dong Zhi Festival everyone .

Sustain Motivation Over the Long Haul

“Do you lack motivation?”

Does it grow tougher to quit smoking, to start that diet, to workout, get projects done or follow through on goals and decisions? If so, it’s time to evaluate your self-motivation.

Motivation through negative self-talk, like, “I am so fat, what’s the point in dieting,” “I have to do this whether I like it or not,” or “I will never be loved until after I reach this goal,” may get you started, but it won’t sustain you in the long run.

Motivation for the long haul comes when you learn to truly appreciate what you have already accomplished and value your previous successes. When you embrace this frame of mind, you’ll find you’re internally motivated to accomplish more. And, that can change motivation into accomplishment!

©Jane Powell – Meditations for Women

Today’s Affirmation: I appreciate all that I have and my previous successes.